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FDR speaks with Senator Matthew M. Neely and Governor Homer A. Holt while riding in a car at Reedsville, W.Va. during visit to the Arthurdale. 'A Print from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Collection.  This print is furnished for your file and must not be reproduced without the owner's permission.'
Lewis is on left and Neely is on right.
"President Roosevelt as he inspected the armor plant, Sept. 3rd. Left to right:- J. W. Kinnear, Ass't Mgr., of operations of the plant, Carnegie Illinois Steel Corp.; Pres. Roosevelt, Gov. Homer A. Holt, of West Virginia and Senator Matthew Neely, of West Virginia."
From left to right: M. M. Neely, Harry S. Truman, Unknown, Clarence Meadows, Harley Kilgore.
'Philip M. Kaiser, Assistant Secretary of Labor, addresses the 1951 Morgantown Labor Day Celebration.  George A. Crago, third from left, was master of ceremonies for the affair.  Labor and government representatives shown on the speakers stand are, left to right, Richard Kennel, reception committee, commissioner of Labor 1957-.  William Quinn, AFL organizer; Crago, William Radford, AFL labor union; William Hynes, UMW District 4 president, Kaiser, Senator M.M. Neely, State Attorney General William Marland, Eugene A. Carter, state federation of labor AFL president and T. C. Dethloff, AFL organizer.  Senator Harley M. Kilgore was seated directly behind the speaker and is not shown in the picture.
Caption with photograph, "Sen. Matthew Neely (D., W. Va.)... turns thumbs down on GOP maneuvers to make MacArthur hearings here tomorrow (5/3) open. Denouncing GOP followers of MacArthur as "idol worshippers [sic]", Neely said any other soldier would have been court martial, jailed or shot for his disobedience and defiance of Mr. Truman".
John L. Lewis and M. M. Neely sitting at a table.
Wife of West Virginia Governor Matthew Neely (1941-1945).